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Immortals Fenyx Rising Season Pass Will Explore Chinese Mythology and More

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With just a few weeks to go before the debut of Immortals Fenyx Rising, Ubisoft has detailed the Season Pass, which includes three distinct story chapters with new settings and heroes too.

The first of three expansions is called A New God. It will be set in Olympos Palace, home to the Greek Gods, where Fenyx will need to overcome the Trial of the Olympians. These new vaults, if completed, can land Fenyx in the Inner Circle of the Pantheon. 

In the second story DLC, Myths of the Eastern Realm, Immortals Fenyx Rising travels to China to tell a totally different story from its Greek mythos-driven main game. This second episode will introduce Ku, a new hero "who sets out on a journey to save mortals in a new mystical land at the frontier of the Sky and Earth." 

The final DLC episode is titled The Lost Gods and actually changes the gameplay presentation to a top-down brawler featuring new combat and another new hero in Ash, handpicked by Fenyx to revive the Gods. This expansion will include a new island setting for players to explore.

The Season Pass will sell separately for $39.99 or it comes bundled with the game's Gold Edition for $99.99. 

In other Immortals news, the Stadia-exclusive demo, which was once said to be available only for a week, has returned to the Stadia store for a limited time. There's no saying when it will disappear again, but presumably you'll want to check it out before the game releases next month for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, and PC. 

Immortals Fenyx Rising, formerly known as Gods and Monsters, is the next game from the team behind Assassin's Creed Odyssey. Like Odyssey, it explores a world inspired by Greece and ancient Greek mythology, while also not shying away from its Breath of the Wild influences. The family-friendly adventure arrives on December 3.

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